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'Either plagiarism or revolution,' per Paul Gauguin crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 22nd, 2012 other clues
'Friends' role
'Somebody shot me!'
'Switched-On Bach' instrument
'The Gondoliers' bride
'___ Frome'
(0,0), on a graph
1040 preparer, for short
2000 musical with the song 'Fortune Favors the Brave'
45 player
A picky person may pick one
Actors MacLachlan and Chandler
Airport postings, for short
Apple software bundle that includes GarageBand
Attacked ground units, in a way
Bad occupation for Bashful?
Bad occupation for Doc?
Bad occupation for Dopey?
Bad occupation for Grumpy?
Bad occupation for Happy?
Bad occupation for Sleepy?
Bad occupation for Sneezy?
Ballet bit
Bar that shrinks
Become a YouTube sensation
Best in the market
Biblical mount
Big bother
Big name in insurance
Bit of wear for a fop
Bridge maker's deg
Cave ___
Chapters in history
Classic figure in a top hat
Colo. ___, Colo
Common tattoo spot
Daily or weekly: Abbr
Degree of interest?
Diplomatic, say
Disgruntled worker's parting cry
Duo with the 2003 hit 'All the Things She Said'
Employee of the month award, say
Eruption sight
Extend, in a way
Fighters' org
Finally edible
Funeral song in Scotland
Georgia and Moldova, once: Abbr
Gives a darn?
Group with the 1995 #1 hit 'Waterfalls'
Half note
Hallmark of the Philadelphia sound
Hardest to ship, say
Having hands, maybe
Head of ancient Sparta?
Hero who debuted in Weird Tales magazine in 1932
Hippocampus hippocampus, e.g
Home of two M.L.B. teams
Honor like a troubadour
Is allowed (to)
It needs to be fed frequently
Jai ___
Kerri ___, U.S. gymnastics star at the 1996 Olympics
Lands in a puddle, maybe
Last word of 'Finnegans Wake'
Last ___
Levi's alternative
Lhasa ___
Like four U.S. presidents
Like lanterns at the start of evening
Like Oscar Wilde's humor
Like two peas in ___
Longtime Yankee nickname
M.A. hopeful's ordeal
Mathematician Descartes
More than a quarter of the earth's crust, by mass
Mrs. Robinson's daughter
National Forensic League skill
Not a great hand for raising
Novelist Calvino
One going to market
Ones running away with the game?
Overhead transports
Pay up
Plied with spirits
Questionnaire blank
Rare violin
Relating to the palm of the hand
River to the North Sea
Royal house until the early 20th century
Ruler in a robe
Serve up some ham?
Singer John
Some Jamaicans
Some juices
Sounds of hesitation
Spanish dish
Sports anchor Rich
Spot for a flame
Subject of dozens of Degas paintings
Surgical inserts
Tolkien's tree creatures
Touch while running
Trailer attachment
Vertigo symptom
Villains in 1939's 'Stagecoach'
Volunteer's cry
Waldorf salad ingredients
[Give me the worm! Give me the worm!]
___ Canals

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